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FOX News
Dec 22, 2012 8:00am PST
a lesson and understand the importance of health care to employees instead of cutting hours. >> and emac. hobby lobe just received notice from the court this week that they are not going to get an exception and they face a 1.3 million fine every day that they don't adhere to the practices that they abhor. >> that is it bad. this is a high cost of affordable care. the nuns may have to cut health insurance. but the people are quickly turning in the favor factory that the tax code and. this is driving businesses over seas and no one is reading that 3.7 million words . same in obama care and no one read it through. energy and job hits and energy . even health care industry. medical device trea and restaurant industry. businesses are saying it is so unweldy and so many bad things popping out . we have to protect the bottom line and make sure we preserve the job cuts we can. >> whether they're for or nonprofit a lot of people can't afford to keep up with what it force them to do. >> and one consultant survey said 50 percent will pass it along to the employees. we can likely see higher cost in
FOX News
Dec 1, 2012 8:00am PST
are coming down. now we will have all of the additional oil what a great way to raise money. >> emac, now we have potential of getting prices under control it is not the time to boost them up again. >> gas tax going up higher if we move to fuel efficient cars if the administration has its way. it hits the poor and middle class. contractors and landscapers and truckers and plumbers. norks not just passenger. >> poor people who drive to work . since 1934 when it was first launched, the gas tax there was a 17 year period if that starting in '56 when it the went to build highways. congress got its mitts . buying properties and renaming bridges or buildings and parks after themselves . politicians monuments to me . then it makes the country look like ubezis stan. gas tax hits the poor hard. >> not only the poor people driving cars and also as emac said, all . extra costs deliver trucks and pass on the increased cost to the rest of us. >> it is it a tax on movement of people and stuff. it is it a broad tax and certainly hits people with lower incomes harder because they're spending more of their i
ABC
Dec 18, 2012 5:30am EST
has been in prison for ten years serving time for teen's death. jobs was found beaten and emace aid in 2002. -- emaciated in 2002. roberts was sentenced to 0 years behind bars. her attorneys tried tie peal the sentence on grounds of mental illness. >>> congress will break up for the holidays and still no solution before the looming fiscal cliff. >> stay with us this morning. there could be an answer in the works possibly. the president hoping his newest proposal could be a step in the right direction. >>> thanks for joining us on this tuesday morning. it's 5:38. and pressure is building on gun control in the wake of the sandy hook shootings. >> many are calling for a change to tougher gun laws and linda so is here what's -- with what he's happening. what's going on in the nation's capitol. >> reporter: a newly formed grass roots organization called newtown united will send a delegation to dc calling for better gun control to prevent a similar tragedy from happening in another community. hundreds marched from capitol hill to the national rifeel association dc's office yesterday. -- r
FOX Business
Dec 14, 2012 1:00pm EST
. liz macdonald, yeah, has more with emac's bottom line. >> we're staying on top of this all the way through because there is not any hearings yet what is now turning into a big pork storm which is sandy spending bill. basically we're seeing is, focus on d.c. or is it on new york and new jersey? take a look at these items, guys, now in the sandy spending bill, the $60 billion price tag that we're talking about. 41 million of course military bases. that includes cuba. ashley: cuba? >> 23 million for tree plantings and 4 million for sand dunes to rehabilitate them at kennedy space center. 4 million worth of new cars and office equipment for the fbi. 2 million for a new roof at smithsonian. 1 million bucks for trees at cemeteries. the item that jumped out $3 billion to fix or replace federal government assets. 3 billion bucks is included in there. is it related to the storm or is there just a pork wagon? that is what is under debate now. this is what happens when the debate should be you nationalizing disasters? should you have the state level --. tracy: here is my question. do think we
FOX Business
Dec 26, 2012 4:00pm EST
. remember these two corporations were nationalized. it is all done with your tax dollars, emac is on the case getting a bottom line. here is what comes up next. shibani: the biggest hollywood flops this year. we know what the hits were. more fun to talk about the losers. we'll talk about big losers coming up next. ♪ . love about her. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsaf drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate med
FOX Business
Dec 20, 2012 1:00pm EST
macdonald with emac's bottom line. it is contradictory,. we hear gdp is going up while consumer spending is going down. >> i totally agree with you, tracy. there are all sorts of different forecasts out there. the one interesting to look is shoppertrak. they put those devices in all the retail outlets, about 40,000 of them. so the cofounder of shoppertrak out this morning because shoppertrak is saying hey we'll cut our retail sales forecasts again, down to 2 1/2%. usually those sales average around 4 1/2% annually but i'm still optimistic. but here is the cofounder of shoppertrak why they cut the forecast for holiday shopping. take a listen. >> we've had a lot of interesting events that have occurred. a lot of tragic events occurred, sandy, that weighs on the psyche of the consumer. we see them headed to the stores from a foot traffic standpoint they're a little stingy with the dollars putting out there. >> that is what is key, foot traffic, is trending nicely. if they turn out to hang out, socialize maybe they will shop. ashley: put in a situation where the retailers really hav
FOX Business
Dec 26, 2012 9:20am EST
to continue to agree. david: e-mac, if the content is the key here, if we find out -- if you go on to netflix i'm disappointed i can't get a particular movie i'm looking for, i can't get the content, but apple has so much money and netflix probably has what, 5 to 10 million max and apple has over 100 billion in cash. they can make the deals with hollywood, hollywood dynasties to run any kind of movie. >> and apple could buy facebook or netflix easily. i love netflix personally, i think it's great. and apple is the big gorilla here. who is left standing in ten years? i mean, facebook, a lot of defriended facebook and one big giant app anyway. >> they're going to continue with the mobile and a billion plus users, the major player facebook. david: larry, appreciate it. >> thanks for having me. david: time for your morning gold report. we saw oil popping dramatically about 2 1/2%. did it gary over to gold? let's take a look at the price of gold. it's up, but not substantially. we saw the price of oil go up 2 1/2% and the price of gold going up 7 1/2-- 7 1/2 dollars, translates to 1/2 a percentage
FOX Business
Dec 4, 2012 1:00pm EST
the bottom line from emac, liz macdonald ahead. tracy: that is her weekend reading. look at some of the winners and losers on the s&p 500 as we head out to break. nicole petallides mentioned netflix up almost 10%. first solar is a charles payne favorite. darden, the olive garden, down 10%. we'll be right back. want to try to crack it? yeah, th's theay to do it! now we need a little bit more... male announcer ] at humana, we understand the value of quality time and personal attention. which is w we are proud to partner th health care professionals who understand the difference that quality time with ourembersan make... that's a very nice cake! ohh! [ giggle] [ male announcer humana thankthe physicians, nurses, hospitals, pharmacists and other health ofessionals who helped us achieve the highest average starating among national medicare companies... and become the first and only national medicare advantage company to achieve a 5-star rating for a medicare plan... your efforts result in e quality of ce and rvice we're able to provide... which means better health outcomes... and more
FOX Business
Dec 3, 2012 1:00pm EST
to be aware of. liz macdonald is here with the emac's bottom line. >> this sounds great. a early christmas present ahead of the year. companies giving special dividends, 163 companies so far. they're borrowing as you point out. credit agencies are saying hold on, wait a second. booz allen rating got cut by moody's. costco. brown foreman and carnival, also moody's saying look it, we're giving you a credit negative warning. you're borrowing money to pay out these special dividends. melissa: crazy. >> sounds like a great idea because of tax hikes are coming on dividends. the issue, a lot of companies have insiders who own a lot of shares in the company. look at costco. the ceo there is saving about, i think billion $4 million. he will get $14 million personally in dividends, accelerated into this year in advance of the gas hike. the issue with this gentleman, he has been out there, saying americans have to pay their fair share. all about tax fairness. banging the drum about that. board members are banging the drum. charlie monger is on the board of costco saying i'm for a vat. bill gates's fa
FOX Business
Dec 31, 2012 1:00pm EST
money. liz mcdonald is here with emac's bottom line. this is included amt patch extended indefinitely. >> this was a tax enacted in 1969 to make sure the rich pay some kind of a tax. because it is not indexed to inflation it catches more middle class americans. so the fiscal cliff fallout to hit the middle class hard if congress doesn't act to fix the cliff now. economy is fausting huge risks from self-inflicted wounds. this is from the tax policy center, the codirector there. this is on top of the rate increases it is an $86 billion extra tax hitting squarely in the middle class. and we're hearing from h&r block. h&r block is saying your $1100 refund if you're a family makes 85,000 with two kids could turn into $1400 tax bill. that is warning already. whether or not they fix it. i heard mid-morning, this is the deal. they would permanently fix it. does that mean permanently index it to inflation? that is what we are looking for right now and what is happening. but separate from all that, we know obamacare taxes are also hitting january 1. ashley: yeah. >> we also have separate from t
FOX Business
Dec 26, 2012 1:00pm EST
understandably so, backing a plan to help underwater mortgages in a big way. liz macdonald with more from emac's bottom line. what is this? >> this involves getting fannie mae and freddie mac which taxpayers own to back basically mortgages that are, what is called negative equity, meaning they're underwater and they're not already insured or guaranteed by fannie mae or freddie mac. so here's the plan now being floated behind the scenes at the white house. essentially says that if you owe more on your mortgage than your home is worth, and you essentially are current in all of your loan payments at five years or higher, meaning current for five years or more, you can refinance to a lower mortgage rate. the lower rate mortgage though would be backed by fannie mae and freddie mac with higher fees from those two. so that's the name of the game. in other words, fannie mae and freddie mac would get to charge higher fees and higher rates. the banks are saying, if these loans are belly-up, we don't want them back on our balance sheet. that is only way we go along with it, tracy and lori. this is part o
FOX Business
Dec 5, 2012 1:00pm EST
donald is reporting more jobs cuts are ahead. emac here with her bottom line. this is really bad timing. >> you know, also, fitch, breaking news. fitch is coming out saying you know what? we'll reaffirm citi's credit rating. but i'll tell you something, these cuts are quote, modest. they represent 2% of --. ashley: 11,000 jobs is 2%. >> 2% of citigroup's annual expenses. insiders at citigroup telling fox business, yes, more job cuts could be coming. here is what they're saying. essentially top execs meaning michael o'neill chairman of the board at citi and michael corbett, took over from vikram pandit, are focused on cutting excess. i don't think anyone can come to the conclusion that -- the problem with citibank, citigroup, living too long with too many layers. they need to rationalize their operations and one of most top heavy, bureaucratic organizations out there. citigroup got the biggest bank bailout in the country. $476 million. insiders have been pushing the board to say break up the bank or do a massive overhaul because the supermarket banking structure just aren't working anymore and hasn't
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